What is it that makes ultra-runners and Olympic athletes endure hours upon hours of training and hard work through blood, sweat and tears? How do they keep going even when it’s painful and even when they’re exhausted? What kept Mother Theresa working for a lifetime in the slums of Calcutta? What drives amazingly talented teachers to remain in inner city schools amidst drug and gang-infested neighborhoods – and love what they do?
Are you having fun and enjoying life with loved ones and friends? Are you giving yourself permission to have fun and totally immerse yourself in the joy of it? Or do you struggle with feeling guilty or selfish when you do something just for fun? If so, this call is for you! It turns out that fun, laughter, and enjoyment are not only good for you, but they ought to be top priorities in your life. In this call, I share what science tells us
When women enter their 3rd act of life (usually early 50’s), many of them find themselves feeling a bit lost and in the dark. It can be difficult finding your way through this new terrain and discovering your true path can feel so mysterious. You need to something to light your way so you can see which direction to go! Joseph Campbell wrote,